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polystyrene

 [pol″e-sti´rēn]
the resin produced by polymerization of styrol, a clear resin of the thermoplastic type, used in the construction of denture bases.

polystyrene

/poly·sty·rene/ (-sti´rēn) the resin produced by polymerization of styrol, a clear resin of the thermoplastic type, used in the construction of denture bases.

polystyrene (pol´ēstī´rēn),

n a polymer of styrene, which is a derivative of ethylene; often one of the resins present in materials designed for denture construction by the injection molding technique.

polystyrene

the resin produced by polymerization of styrol, a clear resin of the thermoplastic type.

sodium polystyrene sulfonate
a potassium exchange resin that may be administered orally or rectally in the treatment of hyperkalemia.
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General 166 Extruded Polystyrene Foams 169 Packaging 171 Dinnerware 172 Clamshells 173 Meat, Seafood, & Poultry Trays 173 Lunch Trays 174 Egg Cartons 174 Construction 175 Other Markets 177 Expanded Polystyrene Foams 178 Packaging 181 Drinking Cups 182 Molded Foam Protective Packaging 183 Insulated Shipping Containers 184 Loose-Fill 184 Other 185 Construction 185 Other Markets 188 Producers 189
We expect that this ban on polystyrene foam enacted in Oakland and in other cities around the country, will further accelerate the increasing demand for our resins.
Restaurant owners have also called on City Council Members to consider the recycling of polystyrene foam, which would allow New York to join other leading cities that are already implementing such programs, like Los Angeles and more than 60 cities in California.
Beyond the economic impact, polystyrene foam foodservice is lighter and more energy efficient than its most common alternatives - which are also not currently recycled in New York City.
The impact of a ban on polystyrene foam in New York City would be devastating for localities across the state - especially in my district, where manufacturing is an economic engine," Leader Kolb said.
A ban on polystyrene foam would have serious economic impacts to the City and to state businesses.
DALLAS, March 4, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- A professional and in-depth research report for 2013 on China extruded polystyrene foam board (XPS) industry covers definition, classification, industry chain and other related information on the Chinese extruded polystyrene foam board market.
com/research/gksrkb/cold_insulation) has announced the addition of the "Cold Insulation Market by Material (Fiber Glass, Phenolic Foams, Polystyrene Foams, Polyurethane Foams, and Others), by End-Use Industry (Chemicals, HVAC, Oil & Gas, Refrigeration, and Others) - Trends & Forecasts to 2020" report to their offering.
Lot 2 2 residential buildings with a total of 4 wells and 32 residential units; approx 2725 m2 thermal insulation composite system, of which about 2 600 m2 of in polystyrene foam insulation board and approximately 125 m2 in mineral wool insulation boards.
Styrofoam' which is a trademark of The Dow Chemical Company for closed-cell extruded polystyrene foam is often incorrectly used as a generic term for expanded polystyrene foam popularly used in making disposable coffee cups, coolers and cushioning material in packaging.
has introduced a high-output polystyrene foam sheet extrusion line that it says can produce up to 1500 lb/hr.